The Walking Dead Sneak Peek: Pretty Much Dead Already

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Hey walker-heads (yeah lame), im sure you watched tonight’s episode of “The Walking Dead“. What did you think about it?  I’ll tell you one thing, it was pretty cool seeing Andrea get trigger happy with those walkers right?  What about Shane? Well Shane is just on another level of insanity, but he can still be very useful. Im glad that they have kept Shane alive for so long, since in the The Walking Dead comic book…well read the comic.

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So Glen and Dale know about the barn and its little dirty secret, and what a secret that is, but Hershel is very adamant about his decision to have his “family members” in the barn. I mean it is his barn and they do need to respect that, but again Herhsel has been disconnected from the real world so he doesn’t know any better.  Lori being regnant is nothing new, but Dale and Rick have found out and  wow was Rick pissed at the fact that Lori wanted an abortion. One of the things that surprised me is that Lori tells Rick that she slept with Shane. Rick is not super happy about this, but he understands. In the comic book it was a little different because  Lori didn’t tell Rick that she slept with Shane, I mean  Rick is not stupid.

Anyways Shane and Andrea got too close and personal, and yes ladies it was her fault hehe. Anyways,  check out this clip from the upcoming The Walking Dead mid season finale:

 

Hershel sets a deadline. All secrets are out in the open. Glenn stands up for himself and Shane takes charge.


In case you cant see the video in your location here is the low-res version:

 

Well, Rick has some begging to do right? What are your thoughts?

Oh and just so you know ,we will be talking to Robert Kirkman and some of the cast of The Walking Dead TV show in January at the Amazing Arizona Con 2012!

Stay tuned!


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